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Travel Would Be Way Easier if the World Still Looked Like This Map of Pangea

September 17, 2015

Map created by Massimo Pietrobon

The good people at Open Culture recently shared this map of Pangea, the supercontinent of 270 million years ago, with the present day country names. Pangea began to break up about 70 million years ago, long before humanity, which had to settle for intercontinental travel. If the band ever gets back together, here’s who your nation’s neighbors would be (for a larger view, click on the map).

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